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  Virginia Tech running back Keshawn King tweeted Wednesday that he has entered the transfer portal. King rushed for a team-high 443 yards on 74 carries in nine games as a fourth-year junior last fall. He ran for three touchdowns. He led the team with an average of 6.0 yards per carry. He made eight starts last season. He led the Hokies with 680 all-purpose yards last fall. He had 20 catches for 127 yards and one touchdown. He returned six kickoffs for 100 yards. King ran for 340 yards and two touchdowns on 79 carries in 11 games as a freshman in 2019. After playing in just three games in 2020, he ran for 117 yards and one touchdown on 29 carries in nine games in 2021. - Roanoke Times

rSr/2024 RB Keshawn KingVirginia Tech
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  Virginia Tech running back Keshawn King tweeted Wednesday that he has entered the transfer portal. King rushed for a team-high 443 yards on 74 carries in nine games as a fourth-year junior last fall. He ran for three touchdowns. He led the team with an average of 6.0 yards per carry. He made eight starts last season. He led the Hokies with 680 all-purpose yards last fall. He had 20 catches for 127 yards and one touchdown. He returned six kickoffs for 100 yards. King ran for 340 yards and two touchdowns on 79 carries in 11 games as a freshman in 2019. After playing in just three games in 2020, he ran for 117 yards and one touchdown on 29 carries in nine games in 2021. - Roanoke Times

rSr/2024 RB Keshawn KingVirginia Tech
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  Running back Bhayshul Tuten tweeted Friday night that he has decided to transfer from North Carolina A&T to Virginia Tech. Tuten, who has two years of eligibility left, had tweeted on Dec. 14 that he was entering the transfer portal. He then received offers from Virginia Tech, Boston College, Georgia, Missouri, Kansas State, Pittsburgh and Florida, according to his tweets. He tweeted on Dec. 24 that he had picked Boston College. But he has now flipped to the Hokies. "Change of plans!" he tweeted Friday night. The 5-foot-11, 195-pound Tuten rushed for 1,363 yards and 13 touchdowns on 208 carries as a sophomore last fall for North Carolina A&T. He also had 31 catches. He earned FCS third-team All-America honors, as well as All-Big South-first team honors. - Roanoke Times

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  Cornerback Derrick Canteen tweeted Monday night that he has decided to transfer from Georgia Southern to Virginia Tech. He had tweeted on Dec. 13 that he was entering the transfer portal as a graduate transfer. Canteen made the All-Sun Belt Conference third team last fall, when he had 64 tackles, one sack, 12 pass breakups and one interception.

He made the All-Sun Belt Conference first team in 2020, when he tied for the FBS lead with six interceptions. He also had 48 tackles, 10 pass breakups, a forced fumble and one fumble recovery. He earned Freshman All-America honors that season. The 5-foot-11, 190-pound Canteen has three years of eligibility left, including the extra year of eligibility that the NCAA granted all 2020 fall-sports athletes because of the coronavirus pandemic. - Roanoke Times


rSr/2024 CB Derrick CanteenVirginia Tech
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  Receiver/return specialist Jaylin Lane tweeted Sunday that he has decided to transfer from Middle Tennessee State to Virginia Tech. Lane had tweeted Thursday that he had decided to enter the transfer portal. He made the All-Conference USA second team as a punt returner this season. He also earned honorable mention as both a receiver and kick returner. Lane had 69 catches for 940 yards and five touchdowns as a third-year sophomore this season.

He averaged 8.4 yards on 18 punt returns and averaged 23.1 yards on 11 kick returns. Lane had 10 catches for 110 yards and one TD in the team's Hawaii Bowl win over San Diego State last month. In 2021, he made the All-Conference USA first team as a punt returner. He has two years of eligibility left, including the extra year of eligibility that the NCAA gave all 2020 fall-sports athletes because of the coronavirus pandemic. - Roanoke Times


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  2022 ALL-BIG SOUTH CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM: RB - Bhayshul Tuten, Soph., North Carolina A&T,...Tuten lost the battle for offensive player of the year to Gardner-Webb quarterback Bailey Fisher. Yet, the New Jersey native had a season to remember, and he is still on the Walter Payton Watch List for the best FCS offensive player in the nation. Tuten rushed for 1,363 yards and 13 touchdowns on 208 carries.

It is the fifth-best single-season rushing performance in school history. Tuten broke the school and conference records for consecutive 100-yard games in a season. In addition, he tied the conference record for consecutive 100-yard games regardless of the season and broke the school record for 100-yard games in a season. Tuten also caught 31 passes for 572 yards and four touchdowns, giving 1,705 all-purpose yards and 17 touchdowns on 239 touches. - North Carolina A&T Football


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  2022 ALL-SUN BELT CONFERENCE FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM: WR - Ali Jennings III, Old Dominion (Jr., WR - Richmond, Va.),...Jennings led ODU with 54 receptions for 959 yards and nine touchdowns, leading the conference with 106.6 yards per game and nine touchdowns. He recorded five, 100-yard receiving games, including an eight catch, 200-yard, three touchdown performance at East Carolina. He scored a touchdown in seven-straight games at one point during the year. His 106.6-yards per game is third best in the country. - Old Dominion Football

rSr/2024 WR Ali Jennings IIIVirginia Tech
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  2022 ALL-CONFERENCE USA HONORABLE MENTION: KR: Jaylin Lane, Middle Tennessee,...The following players earned Honorable Mention recognition: QB Chase Cunningham (became just second player in school history to record multiple 400-yard passing games), RB Frank Peasant (led team in rushing and touchdowns scored), WR Jaylin Lane (led team in receiving), TE Izaiah Gathings (led all C-USA tight ends with 53 receptions), OL Jordan Palmer (three-time lineman of the week), DE Zaylin Wood (National Defensive Player of the Week), DT Marley Cook (career year with 9.5 TFLs and 6.5 sacks), CB Decorian Patterson (led nation with six interceptions), CB Tra Fluellen (led team with 97 tackles), PK Zeke Rankin (made 12 of 14 field goals, and KR Jaylin Lane (averaged 23.1 yards a return). - Middle Tennessee Football

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  2022 ALL-CONFERENCE USA HONORABLE MENTION: WR: Jaylin Lane, Middle Tennessee,...Lane ended the regular season with a season-best and team-leading 59 receptions for 829 yards and four touchdowns. - Middle Tennessee Football

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  2022 ALL-CONFERENCE USA SECOND TEAM: PR: Jaylin Lane, Middle Tennessee,...Lane, a receiver and returner, earned second team honors as a punt returner. A preseason all-american as a punt returner, Lane led the Blue Raiders with 15 returns and a 6.9-yard return average. - Middle Tennessee Football

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  Former Baylor quarterback Kyron Drones announced Monday that he has committed to Virginia Tech. Following Baylor's season-ending 38-27 loss to Texas, Drones had announced that he was entering the transfer portal but was keeping his options open to return to Baylor. The redshirt freshman played sparingly behind starter Blake Shapen this season as he hit 14 of 23 passes for 219 yards and a touchdown while rushing for 49 yards and two scores in five games. - Waco Tribune Herald

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  2022 ALL-ACC FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION: SP - Tucker Holloway, Virginia Tech, 26 votes,...Holloway (6-2, 182) set the Virginia Tech program record for single game punt return yardage on Nov. 5 against Georgia Tech, returning seven punts for a total of 188 yards. His 90-yard punt return for a touchdown was the fourth-longest punt return in school history. Holloway was named the ACC Specialist of the Week for his efforts against the Yellow Jackets. The Andrews, North Carolina native had an average of 21.2 yards per return this season. - Virginia Tech Football

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  2022 ALL-ACC FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION: CB - Mansoor Delane, Virginia Tech, 19 votes,...Delane (6-1, 177) played in eight games as a freshman, making four starts while registering 38 tackles (17 solo). The Silver Spring, Maryland product defended nine passes, recording eight breakups while making his first career interception at Duke (Nov. 12). He also forced two fumbles in his debut season for the Hokies. - Virginia Tech Football

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  2022 ALL-ACC FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION: LB - Dax Hollifield, Virginia Tech, 22 votes,...Hollifield (6-1, 245) was the Hokies' leading tackler with 82 stops (34 solo), posting the team's best individual total on five occasions. The Shelby, North Carolina native recorded 6.5 TFLs, including two solo sacks. Hollifield registered six pass breakups and a quarterback hurry, forcing a fumble and recovering two fumbles on the season. - Virginia Tech Football

rSr/2023 ILB Dax HollifieldVirginia Tech
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  2022 ALL-ACC FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION: DE - TyJuan Garbutt, Virginia Tech, 38 votes,...Garbutt (6-1, 255) led Tech in TFLs (12.0) and sacks (6.5) while registering 29 tackles (15 solo). Garbutt, from Fredericksburg, Virginia, co-led the ACC in TFLs per game (1.3), ranking among the top 20 NCAA FBS defensive players. He recorded six quarterback hurries and a pass breakup in addition to forcing two fumbles. - Virginia Tech Football

rSr/2023 DE TyJuan GarbuttVirginia Tech
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